Tallulah Lines

Tallulah Lines is a Research Associate at the Interdisciplinary Global Development Centre and PhD candidate in Politics at the University of York. She is currently working on the GCRF-funded project Redressing Gendered Health Inequalities of Displaced Women and Girls in Latin America. Her PhD deals with the role of art in feminist activism in Mexico, and her research interests include feminism and gender in Latin America, social movements, and human rights. She is particularly interested in using creative and participatory methodologies in her research.

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The Gendered Face of COVID-19 in the Global South

The Development, Gender and Health Nexus

In this important book, experts assess what the COVID-19 pandemic means for gender inequalities in the global south, examining how threats to equitable development will impact the most marginalised and at-risk women and girls in particular.

Bristol Uni Press